Do You Have a Bathroom, Kitchen or Other Tile Project and Need It Installed, Set, Laid or Placed Correctly the First Time?
Work with Qualified Labor. Hire a Certified Tile Installer (CTI).
Perhaps you have a kitchen remodel in mind. Or you plan to entirely redesign your bathroom. Either project includes tilework - for the floors and walls. Perhaps it's a new backsplash, a tub surround, wood plank tile floors or an amazing new curbless shower with linear drains. To ensure complete success for these projects, hire a tile contractor who has received the designation of Certified Tile Installer from the Ceramic Tile Education Foundation.
The Ceramic Tile Education Foundation (CTEF) offers the only 3rd party assessment of tile installer skills and knowledge recognized by the Tile Industry. Once tile contractors or tile setters have been certified, we include them in the listing below so you can find one near you.
Searching for a CTI
In the CTI locator below, you can simply enter your zip code or city/state name and the results closest to you - based on the distance selected - will display.
When you search for a Certified Tile Installer in your area, you can specify the following options:
- Whether your project is residential or commercial,
- Whether you're looking for a Five Star Contractor.
Finally, you can also specify "Five Star Contractor" which refers to the National Tile Contractors Association's recognition of those NTCA members who have completed a comprehensive application that demonstrates a proven track record of success in tile and stone installation and business management.
>> What Does CoE Mean?
CoE stands for Code of Ethics and indicates those Certified Tile Installers who have agreed to the newly introduced CTEF Code of Ethics.
Note that the black marker represents your original search location.
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|Please Note: Your state and/or local jurisdiction may also require tile installers to be state licensed. Check with local building code authorities and your tile contractor to verify this requirement|